The town still boasts a number of eateries not up to scratch – forcing with council bosses to award six places with only one or two-star ratings.
The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme has been in place for two years and the council constantly want to improve the standards of eateries.
The council’s deputy leader, Coun Peter Mullineaux, said: “The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme has been in place for more than two years now and has really helped residents make more informed choices about where they eat out and buy their groceries.”
Chester’s Chicken and Pizza, on Golden Hill Lane, was inspected on March 24, 2014 and awarded only one star.
Sizzlers, Chester’s Curry House, on Golden Hill Lane, was inspected on September 25, 2013 and that was awarded one star.
The Viceroy, on Golden Hill Lane, was inspected on March 11, 2014 and awarded one star.
Isolobella, on Hough Lane, was also awarded one star.
Two establishments were awarded just two stars – Pizza Costa, on Bristol Avenue, was inspected on March 2014, and the Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Oak View, on May 21, 2014.
Despite every effort by the Guardian to contact bosses at all of these establishments, nobody was available for
However, we encourage business owners to contact us if they feel unhappy about their rating and have their say.